March 5, 2015
10:55 pm

Next Stop Austin

After launching the culinary festival season at South Beach back in February, the team at KitchenAid is continuing its ongoing sponsorship of food festivals across the nation with this weekend's Austin Food & Wine Festival getting underway Friday in Austin, Texas.

Following their stop at the Food Network's South Beach Wine & Food Festival in Miami, KitchenAid takes their powerhouse demonstration kitchens to Austin this weekend, The Food & Wine Classic in Aspen in June and to the Big Apple in October.

Beth Robinson is Senior Brand Experience Manager for KitchenAid. She says, "We're looking forward to showcasing our latest offerings, from powerful food processors and blenders to high performance ranges and dishwashers, with an audience that knows its way around the kitchen and appreciates the best cooking tools."

In addition to two fully-equipped KitchenAid demonstration kitchens, where renowned chefs will share recipes and cooking tips, the brand will feature an extensive product display, with specialists on hand to answer questions about its latest appliances, large and small.

Featuring over 40 interactive elements, the 3rd Annual Austin Food & Wine Festival will include cooking demonstrations from such acclaimed chefs as Rick Bayless, Richard Blais, John Currence, Graham Elliot, Georgia Pellegrini, Ming Tsai and Andrew Zimmern. Other highlights include the world's largest hands-on grilling demos with Tim Love; wine, cocktail and craft brew tastings from Austin's own Ron Extract, Josh Hare, Vilma Mazalte, and Master Sommeliers Devon Broglie and Craig Collins; and grand tastings, book signings and live musical performances.

The Austin festival takes place from April 25th through the 27th and tickets and other information can be found at this link:
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